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  # 1642565 29-Sep-2016 12:54
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - 0/10

 

 

 

 

This is true, BUT don't write off the sequel yet.  I watched both and the sequel is MUCH better.  It really captures the feel of the 90's cartoon.  Plus the intro of Bebop/Rocksteady/Krang makes it really fun.  It's a far superior film.  Still not great, but it's a good "6/10 would watch again" :) 

 

I do feel they could have done so much more with Shredder in BOTH films.  But oh well.


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  # 1642568 29-Sep-2016 12:57
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Lizard1977:

 

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - 0/10

 

 

 

 

This is true, BUT don't write off the sequel yet.  I watched both and the sequel is MUCH better.  It really captures the feel of the 90's cartoon.  Plus the intro of Bebop/Rocksteady/Krang makes it really fun.  It's a far superior film.  Still not great, but it's a good "6/10 would watch again" :) 

 

I do feel they could have done so much more with Shredder in BOTH films.  But oh well.

 

 

I dunno, the first was really bad.  It's a rare thing that I won't finish a film - I actually swore at the television as I turned it off, it was that bad.

 

I may glance at it when it's available on a streaming service, but if it's bad, then I'm blaming you! ;)


 
 
 
 


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  # 1642778 29-Sep-2016 16:44
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"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - 0/10"

 

I wouldn't even watch that rubbish.

 

I remember when the first live action GI Joe movie was on free to air TV a few years back. I probably watched half an hour of it before switching off, it was so incredibly inept on every level.


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  # 1642918 29-Sep-2016 20:27
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I know, I know - I live in hope, ever optimistic. That said, I kind of enjoyed GI Joe. It was corny as hell, but you could tell it wasn't taking itself too seriously, and as a result it got a pass from me.

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Last movie was 'Bridget Jones baby' in a movie theatre in Sweden with subtitles. Was weird watching it as I was distracted by the subtitles. I was constantly translating the words to see if they got it right lol.

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  # 1645365 4-Oct-2016 18:25
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the michael bay produced tmnt are absolute crap.

 

not even megan fox's eye candy make these watchable


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  # 1645471 4-Oct-2016 21:34
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Michael Bay films are mostly brainless forgettable garbage.


 
 
 
 


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Last movie I watched was IP Man 3 with Donnie Yen and Mike Tyson.  If martial arts movies are something you enjoy then this is a great final movie for this series with Donnie Yen portraying IP.  Mike Tyson imo shows in his fight scene why in his day he was truly also a force to be reckoned with.


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Watched the Ghostbusters remake the other night. Just awful. I mean, truly terrible. I don't think I can emphasize enough just how bad it was.


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  # 1647319 7-Oct-2016 14:26
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try the westworld re-imagining.

 

easily as bad as the prisoner re-hash

 

 

 

 


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  # 1647463 7-Oct-2016 19:54
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Is that the TV series? I haven't seen it but seems like the vast majority of opinions are the complete opposite..




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  # 1647470 7-Oct-2016 20:27
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Yeah Westworld was absolutely fantastic.  I came away thinking that it's the highest quality sci-fi I've seen on TV since Battlestar Galactica hit the screens 10+ years ago, and Babylon 5 before that.  

 

The cast is stellar.  It can only get better. 


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  # 1647473 7-Oct-2016 20:41
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The Devil's Rock (2011)

 

A low budget Kiwi indie movie on YouTube. Surprisingly good for what it is. The demon chick is welcome to seduce me. tongue-out


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  # 1647985 9-Oct-2016 14:18
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Magnificent Seven

Slightly PC remake but fun. Recommended.





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  # 1648255 9-Oct-2016 23:44
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Geektastic: Magnificent Seven

Slightly PC remake but fun. Recommended.

 

Off to see this tomorrow. Watched Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children tonight and I must say I was blown away. I think Tim Burton must've been inspired by a few Guillermo Del Toro films before making this. Fun, fascinating but also kind of scary, a bunch of plot holes but who really cares when it's a fantasy movie. 8/10


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